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77th Inf. Div.

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  1. Thank you Mark. I thought the patch was fighter related. Much appreciated.
  2. Hello, I am looking for an identification of this USAF patch on a baseball cap.
  3. Thanks Dave, I could not find this in the normal references. I assume this was like a state guard in WWII? Gary Jenkins
  4. Hello this patch came with a group of WWII Tank Destroyer patches, but I cannot find the Identification for this one. Thanks in advance for any help.
  5. Hello, no the Good Conduct is not engraved. 77th Inf. Div.
  6. Hello, thank you for the suggestions and information. 77th Inf. Div.
  7. Here is a photo of Mr. Hoffman receiving an award later in his career.
  8. Hello all, I recently picked up this framed medal grouping with some paperwork and other items from Technical Sergeant Albert F. Hoffman and am looking for information on him as online searches did not turn up much that I could find. I am especially interested in the pair of airborne wings that are part of the medal group. Thanks to everyone in advance for their help with this. 77th Inf. Div.
  9. Hello, thanks for the one ID and possible ID. Appreciate the help. 77th Inf. Div.
  10. Hello all, I bought a group of WWII shoulder patches and cannot ID these two patches. My guess is Missouri State Guard, but I cannot confirm this online or in my reference books. Thanks to members for any help. 77th Inf. Div.
  11. Hi Patches, if you want you can download the image (JPEG format) and crop it, then submit the image to the page. I do not know if you need it, but you have my permission.
  12. Hi Patches, I believe you are correct that the picture on the webpage is not the correct John J. Lewis, but likely his father who had the same name. Attached is a photo of the son being awarded the Distinguished Service Cross.
  13. Hello all, thank you for the ID on the ribbon as I came up with nothing.
  14. I looked online and cannot determine the Vietnamese? Ribbon on the far left. Shirt is named to Capt John Lewis who was awarded the DSC for actions outside Hue in 1968 serving with the 1st Cavalry Division. Thank you in advance for the time and help with this.
  15. I obtained this Rosette with a few WWI to WWII Army medals, but have been unable to ID the piece. Back has "Made in France" Any help is appreciated.
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